A company is holding my checks for supplies that were lost. I didn't get any notice and I have been contacting them to find out how much they say I owe and they won't tell me anything. I have requested a list of the supplies, they won't give me that either.
Place a stop on the check and notify them that until they comply with your request, no payments will be made.
I am a little confused as to whether you have 'paid' them by check for supplies they failed to deliver, or they are paying you by check for supplies you gave them. If you gave them the checks, then you need to make sure you have covered the issues in writing and demand that they not negotiate the checks until the matter is resolved.
If you are talking about payroll checks, you might not have to sue. Contact the Texas Workforce Commission and submit a claim online for violation of the Texas Payday Law. It is unlawful to make unauthorized payroll deductions.
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